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Pueblo Zoo, Pueblo

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The Pueblo Zoo is an AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums) accredited facility that covers twenty-five acres in the southwest quadrant of Pueblo City Park. It is home to more than 500 animals representing over 150 different species from around the world.
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  • This is a great place to take young children who aren't inclined to spend the day socializing with zebras, small mammals, nice variety of birds and grassy spaces between exhibits. There are many trees...  more »
  • We took our grandkids and while it is a small zoo I enjoyed it. Just big enough and it looks like they are doing improvements. It was really nice watching lion cubs play with their mother. Loved the p...  more »
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  • Came to bring my 3 year old daughter who enjoyed the time.. not a very large zoo.. price seems ok but may priced a little higher for what they offer.. only recommend for kids 10 or younger.. area also offers great park and playground..
  • I'm torn between a 3 or 4 star review. Some things I really liked about the zoo and some things not so much. The new exhibits are great. For a small City zoo they are really trying. You have to applaud then for that. Some of the older exhibits are in serious need of help. Around the first few exhibits right at the entrance there was lots of trash which was really heart breaking to see. The newer bigger exhibits they kept pretty clean around them and there were more trash and recycle bins nearby. You can tell where they want you to focus your attention. It's a good way to spend your afternoon. They have got some nice walking paths to the exhibits and there is plenty of shade as well. I think it's worth a trip for anyone looking for a relaxing way to spend some time. I do think the price is a bit steep for what you get. So you guys be the judge.. it's worth a trip but I don't know about a second one. I do know the monkey wanted out!
  • Very small zoo with small spaces for the animals. Feel bad for many of them. Place is good for kids who enjoy seeing the animals. Many of the habitats are not shaded enough so you're lucky if you got to see half the animals, so I would suggest going early in the morning I or later, or in the cooler months. The setup of the zoo is wonderful and creative in many areas.
  • I was not expecting to be wildly impressed by the Pueblo Zoo, but it exceeded every one of my expectations. The grounds are historic, beautiful, and amply shaded, but the enclosures are constantly being updated and improved to keep the animals happy. Bonus- the hurricane simulator wind tunnel. The kids had fun, and the adults even more. 😂
  • My brother and I are here visiting family, so we took my granddaughters to the Pueblo Zoo. The zoo is very well updated and clean. Not a large zoo but big enough for a great time, animals are healthy too. The restrooms are very clean. Love were the zoo is located in City Park with everything from picnic areas, skateboard park, tennis, water park and also a little amusement park for the little ones. I who actually rate it a 10.

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